Jieun Cha

Born 1990 in Seoul, Republic of Korea
Lives and works in Los Angeles & Seoul

EDUCATION
2014 B.Arch, Soongsil University, Seoul, Republic of Korea

AWARDS, GROUP
2016 Honorable Mention, Moscow International Foto Awards, Moscow, Russia
2016 Nominee, Fine Art Photography Awards, London, United Kingdom
2016 Selected as a Winner, 2nd 2016 ArtSlant Prize Showcase competition, Los Angeles, United States
2016 Honorable mention, Art takes Manhattan Exhibition, New York, United States
2015 Abstract Photography Artist in 'Beverly Hills Art Group', Beverly Hills, United States
2015 Abstract Photography Artist in 'the Artling', Singapore
2014 Governor Prize, City·Architecture Photography Contest, Gyeonggi, Republic of Korea

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2016 Art Walk DTLA, Los Angeles, United States
2016 DAC Gallery Summer Group Exhibition, Los Angeles, United States
2015 New York Fashion Week Art Shows, New York, United States
2015 September Art Walk at PB&J, Pomona, United States
2015 Art & New York Fashion Week Shows, New York, United States
2015 A Night of Art & Fashion Reception, New York, United States
2015 the Chocolate & Art Show, Los Angeles, United States
2015 Beyond the Lines, Los Angeles, United States
2015 Art Canvas Project, Gallery 41, Seoul, Republic of Korea
2015 Galerie an der Donau, Regensburg, Germany
2014 Architecture Photography Award Exhibition, HwaSeongHaengGung Square
2013 Graduation Exhibition, Swing Gallery, Seoul


Portfolio:

Abstract Photography

Until now, Abstract photography just takes one part of a still object. But the fundamental concept of ‘Abstract’ is not a part of some thing. Abstract photography has to express some feeling or some thing by dots, lines, faces, and colors. If not, abstract photography does not need to be separate from Still photography. So I considered how I can make abstract images by using a camera. As everybody knows, a camera can take pictures that we see, but it also takes pictures that we can not see. I use a camera like a paint brush by long exposure of camera. When I take pictures with long exposure, the new images created are from the original objects becoming blurred. And this new image is completed through digital developing. But digital developing does not mean composed or manipulated. Developing means just coloring, exposure or contrast to create an abstract photography. From this project, I'd like to express deep emotions of human by photography which was not showed up before. Also I hope to build up Abstract photography as a part of photography as a medium